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are you crazy? let's hide behind the chainsaws. smart. yeah. ok. if you're in a horror movie, you make poor decisions. it's what you do. this was a good idea. shhhh. be quiet. i'm being quiet. you're breathing on me! if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico. it's what you do. head for the cemetery! >> joe: the lead is back to two scores for number 16, sc. joe davis, joey herring done, chris button at the coliseum. allen going over 100 yards on the night, giving usc the two score lead, as arizona state with no time-outs. the kick taken by middlebrooks.
will middlebrooks out across the 25. how about our fox sports 1 play of the game? buck allen, heck of a day. took him a minute to get going. started to open up holes. had a short touchdown run. then this one hoas put it up by two scores for usc. guy from the tallahassee, florida, area. he has grown so much in his time in los angeles. bercovici on the move. completes it. there goes cameron smith. this one is not over yet. smith to the house for a 72 yard touchdown.
>> joey: really? >> joe: second touchdown throw by bercovici. >> joey: you see him pointing, go, get out there. he dlifs it and smith does the rest. unbelievable. i can't say it enough. mike bercovici has fought and fought all night. >> joe: a lot of the fans had started to leave. you might want to come back in for the finish of this one. from the blimp, take a look at the scramble for bercovici. seymour took a chance. smith made him pay. every cut can be quicker. ed. every block can be stronger. every catch harder to defend. we all do things we love
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>> joey: only so many places you can go with the on-side kicks. >> joe: mike bercovici so badly wants a chance. >> joey: no time-outs for arizona state. you are looking at about two minutes, depending how long each play takes. if you stop them from getting the first down you could possibly get the ball back. >> joe: usc thought they put the game away. arizona state out of time-outs. it's allen on first down. what a game jordan simone has played out of his safety spot. 19 tackles for the junior from washington.
if they can run this inside of two minutes before snapping on second and nine. arizona state used two of its time-outs in the third quarter when they had ten men on the field defensively. burned the time-outs. they could use them right about now. they go to allen again and dropped for a loss. guess who, jordan simone. the clock will wind down to about 1:10. not a bad night for simone.
so one play from getting the ball back to the offense. not much time. out of the pistol. low snap picked up. allen gets dropped. staying on his feet. finally the whistle comes, with 1:06. play clock running now. they can run it down to just inside of 30 seconds before the fourth down play. the question is, what do you do on fourth down? you worry about a punt block. >> joey: tonight i might say you quick kick, which may sound like a crazy idea. we have seen four or five of them. >> four of them. steve sarkisian is going to use
his final time-out. your only option is sending the punt team out there. so arizona state will get one more chance in a two-point game. s if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> joe: final seconds at the coliseum with steve sarkisian sending the offense out. >> joey: look at the depth of
cody kessler here. almost eight yards deep. >> joe: his fourth quick kick of the night. off the side of his foot, not only is it short, it only runs off a few seconds. a field goal would win it for arizona state. but remember their all-conference kicker didn't make the strip. so it would be alex garouotte who would need to win the game for arizona state. >> joey: they realistically need about 45 yards to get into field goal range. tough to do with only 23 seconds and no time-outs. i wouldn't put anything past mike bercovici right now. >> joe: they need to get to the 32. bercovici, down the sideline. broken up. seymour on a ball intended for
smith. >> joey: i like that he stepped up in the pocket and bought some time, tried to find a heole in the sideline. so tough. >> joe: bercovici over the middle, and caught in sc territory at the 45. he will spike it after the 27 yard completion to chambers. they spike it with seven seconds. do you have enough time to run one more pass play to get yourself into field goal range? >> joey: you have to run a corner route that gets into field goal range. what a nice catch over the middle.
>> joe: they need to get to the 32 to get into that range. no time-outs left. bercovici sets, loads up. heaving one deep. and it is caught. jaelen strong. do you believe it? arizona state wins on a hail mary. mike bercovici in his second start, 25 miles from his hometown, completes it to jaelen strong for a play that will go
down in arizona state history as one of the greatest ever run by the sun devils. >> joey: un-be-leavable. he is the backup at arizona state. his second start. i thought he threw the ball too early. >> joe: i thought he threw it too short. >> joey: we saw him all night throw the high back shoulder fade. what do they say, high point it? go up, knock it down. don't let it come down. when you have jaelen strong, six-foot three, 215 pound wide receiver who can go up in traffic. unbelievable. >> joe: chris button is todd
graham. >> reporter: what are the emotions running through you right now? >> about to have a heart attack. i am so proud of our kids. he would didn't give up. we give up a big touchdown. offense comes back with a big score. so proud of mike bercovici, so proud of my kids. >> reporter: he loves his university enough to sty. what does it mean to see him pick up the win? >> i can't describe it. our coaching staff did an unbelievable job perrying. all those young kids. he would have missed out on the greatest night of his life. don't quit, never, ever give up. it's a great night to be a sun devil. >> joe: i was happy to see him smile at the end. that's a pretty good win, coach.
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not a bad way to wind down a good day of college football across the country. a hail mary from mike bercovici wins it for arizona state. >> in the race for the pac-12 south, look at this. mike bercovici throws the ball so high. three, four seconds in the air. the ball was in the air for five seconds. gives his receivers a chance to go down. jaelen strong makes the catch. this young man did a fantastic job and saved arizona state's
season. >> reporter: mike bercovici tell me what was going through your mind? >> it was the next play. we practice that situation every thursday. that was something we have practiced. i have practiced it 40, 50 times. the first time we do it, amazing. >> you said, oh, my and put your hands to your head. can you explain the emotions going through you? >> i still don't know what happened. it says 38-34, that's all i know. >> your family is here today, 30 miles from where you grew up. can you even process it right now? >> if it wasn't for half of those people, i would never be on the field right now. i have had touch a crazy experience. the school, the fans, the city
of tempe, that's why i do it. >> joe: what a moment for that kid. what a night at the coliseum. more good sports going on. lip over to fox sports. yients and nats in the 17th inning. things shift to st. louis. check your local listings for the start time in your area. coming up next on fox except on the west coast is your late lot news. that does it here from the coliseum. mike bercovici hits strong for the hail mary. he grew up about an hour from here. he told his dad i am going to play here when i grow up. he thought it would be as a
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officials express shock and grief as they confirmed the death of a four year old boy at yardville elementary school a week ago was directly caused by the enterovirus d68. health officials warn the virus so fast moving eli an only boy among triplets showed no symptoms when he was tuck in september 24th. by morning, he was gone. >> there isn't another case at the cdc currently being tested for d68. >> reporter: that child school officials say another four year old boy. we're told he attended a.m. classes in the same classroom where ely was in the p.m. group. that case still being tested. the boy fell sick before eli's death and is recovering. jeffrey plunkett saying he's confident the school has been sanitized and safety precautions are being taken. parents should stay vigilant. >> exposure is a daily possibility for everyone. >> a lot of people kept their children home from school this week. >> reporter: gary, has five year old son with asthma who
attends yardville. from his home across the street he can see the blue and gold ribbons hung in eli's memory. >> he wasn't feeling great yesterday. he had a little wheeze. of course that's one of the major symptoms that they warn you about. >> reporter: gary's son is fine. parents paying close attention to every sniffle. >> officials tell me they don't know when the test results for the second boy are going to come back from the cdc. in the meantime, they say they're going to man a call center through the weekend into next week for people who have questions about the virus. they're also going to host community meeting at the high school sunday night. sabina kuriakose, fox 29 news. >> and according to the cdc, new jersey now has nine confirmed cases of enterovirus d68. ebola scare at newark international airport. cdc officials waiting for the united airlines flight from brussels this afternoon. a passenger became ill in the
air, and there were fear that is that passenger had the deadly virus. it turns out, the man does not have ebola, but it was a scary few hours for everybody on that plane. fox 29's dave kinchen life in the newsroom tonight with reaction from passengers. dave? >> reporter: joyce arc lot of anger from passengers tonight. quarantined for a short time after a sick passenger was feared to have ebola creating confusion and panic. >> this is so diss organize. chaos out there rt report frustration from passengers of united fly 998 from brussels to newark, new jersey, saturday afternoon suddenly told someone on board was ill. >> around three hours before we started to descend, we got a guy in the back sick. we're not going to serve any meals. all this stuff. >> they told us that the person vomited. >> reporter: officials say a man believed to be from liberia was showing flu-like symptoms with many afraid it was ebola. >> you could see he had fever and that he was sick.
>> reporter: passengers say they waited at least 90 minutes with little information and some shot pictures of first responders when they got on the plane to take the sick man and his daughter in for observation. >> they had two people. they came on tyvek students and walked in with mask on we didn't get a mask. >> passengers got these flyers warning of possible ebola exposure. the man and daughter were hospitalized, checked and ultimately cleared of ebola. >> the two individuals will be released with continued monitoring. >> reporter: and university hospital officials in newark say that the man had symptoms consistent with another condition but nothing related to ebola. the daughter did not have any symptoms at all. joyce? >> all right, thank you, dave. the condition of an ebola patient being treated in texas is getting worse. thomas duncan has gone from serious condition to critical. duncan traveled from liberia to dallas last month and then he began showing symptoms.
he's the first person to be diagnosed with the virus in the united states. 50 people who came into contact with duncan are being monitored for signs of ebola. >> to your fox 29 weather authority now. a chilly windy night. let's go to meteorologist dominica davis. the cold didn't stop a long line several of them outside the terror behind the walls at eastern state penetentiary tonight. that is good news. yes, it is chilly out there. we actually had our high today around 1:00 o'clock, 70 degrees and temperatures have been falling since. so it's 53 now in the city. and we're still hanging on to a bit of wind. they'll be easing the winds will be easing overnight as the rain has cleared out, high pressure is moving in. so we have clear skies around this evening. and that is going to cater to falling temperatures overnight. so we are looking at some down right chilly temperatures for your wake up forecast. 43 in the city and the upper 30s out in the suburbs. a cold start and we are looking
at a cool sunday on the way. so it's very chilly and foulk like for sunday with temperatures below normal. they rebound by wednesday. by monday the temperatures and then tuesday's our next chance of rain. so a lot to talk about coming up in the complete forecast. we'll get a check of your game day forecast and check that seven day in a little bit much joyce. >> thank you, dominica. gunshots fired in upper merion township. police say it stems from a domestic dispute. started this morning on the 300 block of warner road near king of prussia. the victim tells police her boyfriend shane gallagher became aggressive, she says attacked her and refused to let her lea leave. she told police while she was escaping through the bathroom, she heard gunshots being fired. cops arrived and found bullet holes and broken windows at the house. gallagher is awaiting a arraignment tonight on self charges. >> a murder suspect on the run in the pocono mountains sent a text before he allegedly shot
and killed a state police trooper. the message was reportedly sent to a friend and it read "all is good". a long time friend of eric frein got the text about five hours before the shooting happened. according to investigators, frein is charged with ambushing the blooming grove barracks on september 12th. one trooper was killed. the other wounded. the manhunt for frein entered its fourth week today. >> a guest at a bensalem hotel answers the knock at her door and she finds herself staring at a gun. surveillance cameras at the comfort inn on lincoln highway captured images of the men police are looking for. investigators say they forced the woman into her room at gun point on wednesday night, and then they reportedly stole her cell phone, laptop and money. if you know who these guys are, call police. >> to developing story isis sends a new warning to the us. the terror group says, a former
army ranger who was taken prisoner in syria is the next to be executed. legal land vittert has the sto story. >> reporter: it took the national security council to confirm peter kay zig is now in the hands of isis. the terrorist group released latest beheading video true to form by displaying another hostage and saying essentially, he's next. allen henning was british aid worker kidnapped in syria and held by isis. henning makes a statement in the video clearly under duress in the minutes before his executi execution. on the tape what appears to be the same masked executioner as in previous isis videos speaks with a strong british accent and says because the american air strikes in syria kay zig would be next. kay zig once serve as an army ranger even did time in iraq before being medically discharged in 2007. kay zig is from indiana and went to the middle east as an aide worker. he was abducted by helping syrian refugees turned over to isis his abduction and